La Cartería is in the basement of the inn that shares the same name, which is where we came across this restaurant that specializes in Spanish cuisine, especially in this area of Zamora. When I ate there, there was a conference, so I ordered mushrooms mycology, but the more typical dish here is the Castilian soup. It's excellent, and the lamb, which is so great that sometimes a single person can't finish it. The best thing is definitely the price. It's a quality place, and it's also pretty cheap.
The Posada de Las Misas is a charming inn located in the heart of the village, and the Romanesque church of Santa Maria del Quicksilver is right at your fingertips, as is the Castle of the Counts of Benavente, the City of the 16th century and the Baroque chapel of San Cayetano. The hotel has 14 rooms (one of them is a special suite, 4 regular suites and 9 doubles), the most recommended rooms are on the top floor in the attic. On its walls there are paintings and drawings by artists such as Marshall and Cesepé.